Royal Caribbean Is Looking for the "World's Most Adventurous Squad"

Finalists will set sail on Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas

Royal Caribbean wants to give a team of thrill seekers a trip around the world and the title of "World's Most Adventurous Squad" with the #AdventureSquadChallenge. The social media contest will push participants to prove that their adventurousness is off the charts. In the end, one group of up to four friends will be crowned as the "World's Most Adventurous Squad," and win trips anywhere Royal Caribbean sails. 

Those interested can enter by participating in any one of five adventure-themed Instagram challenges. Each challenge will give participants the opportunity to share their most impressive photos for a chance to win. The challenges each run for 72 hours on Royal Caribbean's Instagram page starting on March 29 and running through April 12. To take part, participants can post their photo to Instagram, tag three friends in their "squad" and use the hashtags #AdventureSquad and #Contest

Upon completion of each challenge, Royal Caribbean will select one winning group based on their creativity and spirit of adventure in line with the theme of the day. The winners will then embark on a trip aboard Harmony of the Seas, taking over Royal Caribbean's social media accounts as they go. During the cruise, the finalists will compete head-to-head to capture the best content both from the ship and from ports in Labadee, Haiti; Royal Caribbean's private island; Falmouth, Jamaica and Cozumel, Mexico. At the end, the squad that most embodies the spirit of adventure will be named the "World's Most Adventurous Squad" and wine trips anywhere Royal Caribbean sails. In addition, sqauds' adventures will be seen on Royal Caribbean's billboards in New York City in May. 

Those back home can watch the action by following Royal Caribbean's social media channels. For details on how to take part in the challenge, visit

Suggested Articles:

The outdoor experience at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas combines a resort pool, dayclub, The Promenade and Event Lawn. See more here.

Peru is beginning its tourism reactivation on November 1, including the opening of Machu Picchu and the resumptions of flights from the U.S.

Tourism commissioner Joseph Boschulte attributes much of the success in attracting visitors to the existence of the Travel Screening Portal.